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ring road in Roads topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishring roadˈring road noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š British EnglishTTRROAD/PATH a road that goes around a large town to keep the traffic away from the centre β†’ bypass
Examples from the Corpus
ring roadβ€’ Nine tenths of the Leicester ring road is finished and has been for some years.β€’ Back beside the ring road and the footbridge.β€’ She fills up with petrol on the ring road.β€’ It is so obvious that they should all stay outside the ring road except for the bus station where they would all terminate.β€’ I stayed with him in the heavy traffic round the ring road, skirting the city centre and out towards Bingley.β€’ All the good spots are close to the ring road.β€’ Access at the bottom of Tubwell Row to the ring road might have to be controlled by traffic lights.